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April 2024 Newsletter

April 2024 Newsletter Welcome to the WECIL newsletter. Stay subscribed for news from the community, events for your diary, general announcements and more… Leading stories Reflection on the Festival of Sustainable Business with Kyrby Brown – Last month, Kyrby Brown, Access Coordinator at WECIL, spoke at Future Leap’s Festival of Sustainable Business Conference. Kyrby discussed…

Local Election Hustings

Any Easy Read version of this post is available here. Join Us: Speak Up About Disability Issues in Bristol Your Chance to Talk to the People Who Make Decisions On Thursday, 2nd May, voters in Bristol will decide who our new councillors will be. These councillors decide on important things like Adult Social Care, Housing, Taxi…

WECIL Celebrates Success at the Bristol Social Impact Awards!

We’re thrilled to announce that WECIL was honoured with the Equity and Diversity Award at last night’s Bristol Social Impact Awards!  This prestigious recognition acknowledges our unwavering commitment to fostering equity and inclusivity in all aspects of our work, with the award panel selecting for an organisation that has embedded equitable approaches throughout its strategy…

Disability Equality Role at Bristol City Council

Bristol City Council are seeking somebody with direct experience of disability, a good understanding of the Disabled people’s movement and the social model of disability for the role of Inclusive Community Facilitator-Disability Equality. The aim of the role is to increase social action and self-determination focusing on the most excluded communities. Working from a social model…

University of Bristol’s Appeal Denied in Natasha Abrahart Discrimination Case

Natasha Abrahart’s story resonated deeply within the University of Bristol community and beyond. Her untimely death in 2018 sparked widespread outrage and prompted soul-searching conversations about the responsibilities universities bear towards their students, particularly concerning mental health support and duty of care. In a significant development regarding the tragic case of Natasha Abrahart, the University…

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